Experts have found that patients progress more quickly and feel better when recovering in their own surroundings among family and friends. That’s where Carroll Home Care comes in.
Unlike other area home care agencies, Carroll Home Care is a service of Carroll Hospital Center. That means your family benefits from a team of hospital-based home care specialists, as well as hospital-based best practices and treatment programs, all in the comfort of your own home.
Hospital-Quality Services At Home
Patient-Centered, Physician-Guided Care
- Skilled nursing
- Comprehensive rehabilitation, including physical and occupational therapy
and speech/language pathology
- Social work
- Home health aides
- Telehealth home monitoring, which allows nurses to remotely monitor your daily health between visits
- Nutrition assessment, education and follow up
- Chronic disease care and support, including infusion therapy, diabetes program, palliative care bridge program, wound care program and congestive heart failure program
- Pediatric care and pediatric palliative care
- Maternal/newborn care and lactation support
Together with you and your physician, our interdisciplinary team designs an individual plan of care that meets your specific health care needs and then closely coordinates your care with your physician. Our team will teach your family and other caregivers how to become active participants in your recovery.
Most Private Insurance & All Medicare Plans Accepted
Carroll Home Care services are covered under Medicare Part A and Medical Assistance programs and most private insurance plans (view list
). Call our Patient Accounting Department at 410-871-6780 to learn more about financial assistance and payment options that may be available.
FREE Evaluation & Assessment
Call us at 410-871-8000 and we will review your eligibility with your physician. You may also be referred to our program through a social worker, case manager or discharge planner at your local hospital or nursing facility. To qualify for Carroll Home Care admission, patients must:
- Be homebound
- Have a plan of care signed by their attending physician
- Have a qualifying, skilled need such as nursing, speech or physical therapy
- Reside within our service area – Carroll, Baltimore and Frederick counties